There's no way to do exactly what you're asking for, but there are a few ways to come close: One option is to create a folder of alases to the files, then select them one-by-on in the Finder and type Command-R (show original), Command-Delete (delete), Command-[ (takes you back to the folder of aliases); then select the next one, and repeat. It's a little more work than you were imagining (especially if there are a lot of files), but easier than finding & deleting them by hand.
Another option is to create a script to delete them all at once. It could be done in AppleScript or shell script, but Automator is probably easiest for this particular task. Run Automator (in the Applications folder), select the "Application" template. Next, find the "Get Specified Finder Items" action in the second column (there's a search field at the top that's way easier than scrolling through the whole list) and drag that action to the workflow column on the right. Similarly, find the "Move Finder Items to Trash" action and add it to the workflow below the "Get..." action. Click Add in the "Get..." action and add the various files that need to be deleted. Save the workflow(/application) in some convenient place. To use it, just double-click the workflow and the files should vanish.